With two young children in tow, Sarah Dupuis and her husband purchased a 1,000-square-foot 1906 bungalow in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood with the intention of expanding the property as their family grew. But by the time they began construction to add a second story in 2014, their third child was on the way — and they found structural issues with the foundation. With no choice but to start from scratch, the couple decided to create a spacious house that still embraced the bungalow feel of their historic neighborhood. In the end, the pair followed through on their original goal and their best intentions. They built a six-bedroom home with three stories for their kids, and they outfitted it with repurposed items found throughout the community.